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SMU presents the 26th annual Sing Song

The 26th Annual Sing Song, a special evening of musical performances by SMU students, will be at 8 p.m. Friday, April 11, in McFarlin Auditorium. Sing Song is a themed competition, sponsored by SMU’s Program Council, between groups across campus

Founders’ Day Weekend

Join us April 10–13, 2014 for Founders’ Day Weekend, an opportunity to reconnect with professors, classmates and current students. This year’s event occurs during the centennial celebration of the Year of the Faculty and features many ways to engage with

SMU Camps: Fun times ahead for kids and teens

A variety of enriching summer camps will be offered on SMU’s main campus in Dallas as well as in Plano this summer. Kids and teens have the opportunity to participate in athletic programs, learn with LEGO® and explore interests in

SMU announces 2014 football schedule

SMU announces it highly-anticipated 2014 football schedule. The slate is highlighted by six games on the SMU campus, including Ford Stadium match-ups with Texas A&M and TCU. Other 2014 visitors to Ford Stadium will be American Athletic Conference foes Cincinnati,

SMU Continuing & Professional Education for Spring 2014

Let SMU Continuing and Professional Education be your guide to expanding your personal and professional enrichment. SMU CAPE’s Informal Courses for Adults offers courses in the arts, business, history, literature, languages and travel. Or energize your career, expand your skills, explore new fields and

SMU’s Meadows Museum takes art to the blind

With their galleries full of paintings and sculptures, museums are a treat for the eyes. So after suffering optic nerve damage, Bobby Jackson of Fort Worth wasn’t sure he’d ever visit one again. But here the former forklift operator was at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows Museum . . .

Join us for Founders’ Day Weekend

Join us April 10-13, 2014 for Founders’ Day Weekend, an opportunity to reconnect with professors, classmates and current students. Bring your family to enjoy the Community Open House and Bush Presidential Center and stay for family fun at the SMU

SMU Lyle School offers CIO certificate program

Meeting the demand for executive training in the high growth field of Information Technology, SMU’s department of Engineering Management, Information, and Systems will offer a foundational certificate program for aspiring and new chief information officers (CIOs) beginning March 29. Meeting

SMU students help West Dallas

SMU students volunteer at the non-profit Readers to Leaders (R2L) in West Dallas. R2L, developed in 2011, is a program that works with kids who are below reading proficiency from five West Dallas elementary schools. The non-profit specifically concentrates on the

SMU Simmons Luminary Awards honor advocates for children

DALLAS (SMU) – Four organizations that advocate for the education and well-being of at-risk children were honored Jan. 23 by SMU’s Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development. The East Dallas Community Schools, TexProtects, the Children’s Defense Fund and Stand

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